Online stockbroker CommSec has admitted to overcharging customers millions in brokerage fees.

Australian authorities have released new radio wave exposure safety limits.

Seafloor phonelines have been used to detect seismic activity.

Both sides are claiming victory in the stoush between the Federal Government and big tech companies.

A new report has changed the rating of Australia’s democracy from “open” to “narrowed”.

Researchers have taken a big step toward molecular-scale electronics.

Authorities say more efforts are needed for a smooth transition to electric vehicles (EVs).

Infosys has secured almost $40 million in funding to build a new Centrelink payments calculation engine.

Vision has been released of the dramatic moment NASA’s Perseverance rover landed on Mars.

Deliveroo has cut its annual workers’ compensation premiums by changing the insurance for food delivery riders.

Federal funding has been provided for a new system that repurposes old electric vehicle (EV) batteries.

NBN Co executives and employees received over $77 million in bonuses between July and December last year.

A new study looks at whether people would want to take financial advice from AI.

Facebook’s stock price has wobbled after its dramatic Australian news ban.

NASA's Perseverance rover has landed on Mars after a seven-month journey over nearly half a billion kilometres.

Researchers are working on drones that can detect a person’s heart rate.

Legal action is being taken over a serious balloon incident in Victoria.

The Defence department will continue to store sensitive documents with a Chinese-owned firm, despite pledging to move them.

A new company has announced plans to build a $1.5 billion, 20,000km fibre-optic “backbone” for Australia.

Important government services have been blocked in Facebook’s news ban.

NBN Co has opened up consultation on its new wholesale pricing regime.

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